Average Cost of Liposuction and Fat Transfer for Contouring?
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Average Cost of Liposuction and Fat Transfer for Contouring
For the highest standards and cost containment, consult with experienced and expert board certified plastic surgeons who own their own nationally accredited surgery center.
The surgeon must maintain the highest standards to maintain national accreditation, has significant interest in ensuring that all the staff are the highest quality and trained in the specifics of each plastic surgery procedure, ensures that the facility is comfortable and private so patients are more inclined to recommend friends and family, and maintain the most cost effective structure possible which eliminates waste.
Liposuction and fat grafting will be about 7-10 K
Thank you for the question. Cost of plastic surgery will vary depending on the area of the country as well as between plastic surgeons. In general, liposuction and fat grafting of the thighs/buttocks is going to be around 7-10 K.
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Dr. Remus Repta
It depends on how much volume is needed to correct the problem.
The excess fat can be taken from the areas where you have too much and transfered. The cost depends on how much work and time is required, but a good guess is about $5000 to $7500
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$6000 - 7000 is a rough estimate for lipo of abdomen and sides and fat injections to hips
Liposuction of the abdomen and sides run about $5000-6000 and fat injections run about $1000-1500 more. This is of coarse done under local anesthesia which does not need an anesthesiologist. You are back to work in 2 days and up and about the next day.
Liposuction and Lipoinjection
Your body contour is a function of your skeleton, muscle, muscle mass, and skin envelope as well as the internal organs,
Removing the fat, may not in and of itself, correct all your contour problems if there are other anatomical considerations responsible for the undesireable contours.
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